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Submitted by Pozzle 976d ago | video

DmC Devil May Cry Demo Player Tears It Up With Advanced Play

A DmC Devil May Cry player in Japan has recorded his run through one of the levels in the game’s demo, showing off complex combos and jump-cancelling. (DmC: Devil May Cry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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animegamingnerd  +   976d ago
it's not impressive since the game is way to easy
A7XEric  +   976d ago
You can choose a higher difficulty if you want.
GenoZStriker  +   976d ago
Higher difficult doesn't change much other than enemy that requires specific weapon to kill appear more often. Other than that the amount of damage you take is hardly significant to consider it a major challenge. Nephlim mode, the second highest difficulty in the demo is equivalent to normal mode of DMC3 vanilla.
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BlackPrince 42  +   976d ago
It's not about the difficulty, it's about how the game plays.

Which, unsurprisingly, is pretty close to Heavenly Sword. You even have the same weapon system, light melee standard, heavy and ranged melee mapped to the shoulders.

It's not bad, and under certain circumstances it would be welcome, but functionally it just dumbs down the game.
frelyler  +   976d ago
Final product will have more difficulty levels, DMC is my favorite game of all time and I beat it on dante must die mode back in the day. Having said that I found the combat refreshing and tight. I had fears of the easiness as well, but then I saw all the different levels NT is offering for newcomers and veterans in the final game. Have patience, I hated this game when I saw the first trailer, but the gameplay is pretty cool and I don't miss the 60fps..yet. I'm actually looking forward to this. Also if the above is not that impressive please post a video of what you can do in this game with proof it is you playing.
MrAnderson  +   976d ago
What idiot wrote the title to this? only mouth breathers capitalize the first letter of every word, looks incredibly stupid.
pixelsword  +   976d ago
I don't think the "DmC" needs to be there after they spell-out the actual title; but other than that, if I'm not mistaken, after the actual "Devil May Cry" the rest should be capitalized except for "with" because it's a preposition. I am speaking technically, of course; I'm going by "Chicago Style" as well, if you follow me.

It's so common here because a lot of bloggers don't have classical journalistic skills that people can get a little confused looking at the titles.
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Pozzle  +   976d ago
Actually, if I'm not mistaken, the full title of the game is "DmC Devil May Cry".
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pixelsword  +   974d ago
It is DmC: Devil May Cry; I stand corrected, thanks!
Vandamme21  +   976d ago
awesome as hell

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